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Confirmatory Evidences of "Mormonism": Writing on Metal Plates in the Old World
|Title||Confirmatory Evidences of "Mormonism": Writing on Metal Plates in the Old World|
|Publication Type||Magazine Article|
|Year of Publication||1934|
|Authors||Harris, Jr., Franklin S.|
|Magazine||The Latter Day Saints' Millennial Star|
|Date Published||25 January 1934|
|Keywords||Ancient Near East; Brass Plates; External Evidence; Golden Plates; Metal Plates; Recordkeeping|
The Book of Mormon records that Lehi’s colony took brass plates upon which were recorded the record of the Jews and the genealogy of their forefathers. The British Museum has metal plates that are engraved with records of several different cultures.
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